August Droughts Created a Tale of Two Crops – DTN Aug 28, 2020
To see why the year 2020 may go down in history as the year of broken promises, look no further than Mother Nature. After a sprightly planting pace and good […]
Dicamba – What Does the Future Hold? – DTN Jul 16, 2020
Future registrations are uncertain, weed escapes are rising, and some farmers are tired of the drama. What lies ahead for dicamba use in the U.S.?
This is the kind of spring that builds character. “We received 4.6 inches of rain in March,” said Illinois farmer John Werries. “The morning of April 1, it was 28 […]
With snow blanketing large swaths of the Midwest, and rains drenching parts of the South, it can be hard to imagine how the country’s frigid, soaked fields will ever be […]
This season is setting up to be a tale of two summers. A wide swath of the Midwest is swimming in water. Ohio farmer Keith Peters’ biggest concern is the […]
In the race to plant the 2018 crop, the month of May has seen a lot of winners. Gerald Gauck of east-central Indiana crossed the finish line on May 12. […]